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Subject: Re: [ubl-fpsc] Re: Latest (and possibly last) fs/ subdirectory for UBL 1.0


Here are updated pdf's for the examples. I've also included
.doc files which could be further edited and exported as pdf
(as I have done to make these changes), should you wish to
further adjust these - or let me know if you'd like me to make
any further changes of course.

All I've done is to adjust the formatting of the tables in the
'Office' examples and make that spelling change to the
'Office' Despatch Advice, before exporting as pdf with oOO.

All the best


----- Original Message -----
From: "G. Ken Holman" <gkholman@CraneSoftwrights.com>
To: <ubl-fpsc@lists.oasis-open.org>
Cc: <jon.bosak@sun.com>
Sent: Tuesday, April 20, 2004 8:56 AM
Subject: [ubl-fpsc] Re: Latest (and possibly last) fs/ subdirectory for UBL

> At 2004-04-19 22:04 -0700, jon.bosak@sun.com wrote:
> >What a stunning piece of work!
> Thank you, Jon, on behalf of all of us!
> >Some small items:
> >
> >    Cell padding in the "office" examples is not as pretty as that
> >    in the "joinery" examples (what can I say -- you've spoiled
> >    me).
> Steve, may I leave this with you, please?  And if anyone should point to
> any office or joinery issues while I'm away from the Internet for the next
> 12 hours, can you please act on the changes to those files?
> >    Example Despatch Advice has generated label "Dispatch Number:";
> >    this should be "Despatch Number".
> Steve, I see that this is in the PDF file for Office Despatch Advice.  I
> just tried to edit the PDF I have from you and my Acrobat Exchange can't
> touch the text in it.  Can you please send me a revision?
> >    The example form field information item documentation (2.1 of
> >    index.html) says:
> >
> >       The box above includes two fictitious XML Path Language
> >       (XPath) addresses that documents the locations of
> >...
> >    I think "documents" in the first sentence should be "document."
> Yes, of course.
> >    The passage continues:
> >
> >       In the first of the two examples above, the item being
> >       addressed is the cat:Street element that is a child of the
> >       cat:Address element. In the second of the two examples, the
> >       item being addressed is the countryId attribute of the
> >       cat:Country element.
> >
> >    But I can't relate this description to the xpaths shown in the
> >    table.  Maybe this is just me.
> It's not you, it's me ... I changed the example XPath addresses but not
> documentation.  I chose two different examples in order to keep one of the
> examples an attribute, and I added a paragraph on namespace
> prefixes.  Also, I took out the word "fictitious" since the reason I
> changed the example was to use a bona fide pair of addresses from an
> document type.  I neglected then to cite an attribute example and have now
> done so.
> The latest (without Steve's changes) is now at (no password required):
> I'm away from the Internet while at the conference and ISO meetings and
> should be back to my machine about 22:00 Central European Time to look for
> any requests for changes.  Until you tell me that you are no longer
> accepting revisions, we'll keep producing them with the polish that you
> for than can get done.
> BTW ... we've only included print-oriented presentations using A4-sized
> pages, but I have US-letter-sized examples of the UN layouts that could
> also be included, and can make US-letter-sized examples from the PDF files
> that Steve makes.  I will try to go through all 19 document times and add
> links to the US-letter-sized renditions if you think it will help improve
> the package.  One comment from the last package is that it was too big ...
> perhaps we have pared it down too much?  I'll look for an answer when I
> back to the Internet this evening.
> Thanks again, Jon!
> .......................... Ken
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